Apr 162010

This is the first installment in a series of three “photographic” posts which portray the regions and places mentioned in the book “ETA – Estimated Time of Arrest.”

Today, let me show you  photographs of the French side of the Basque country, also called Iparralde in Euskara, the Basque language.

Photo credits: Delphine and Jean-Luc Pontvieux


Apr 152010

Do you live in Chicago or the Chicago area?

Do you belong to/host a book club? (No matter whether it is a serious affair, a one-time event, or just a great excuse to get together with friends.)

Would you like the author of the book you are about to discuss to be in attendance and ready to answer all your questions?

If you do, please do not hesitate to contact missnyetATmissnyet.com for more information.

Apr 142010

Tell your friends, family, colleagues and neighbors that Chicago author Delphine Pontvieux’s thriller is  now available for order at all Borders bookstores!

Also online at borders.com: http://www.borders.com/online/store/TitleDetail?sku=0984217606#complete_contributors

So, next time you happen to walk by a Borders bookstore, spin your heels around, walk in with an optimistic spring in your step, and be sure to ask the bookseller to show you the way to the nearest hardcopy of “ETA – Estimated Time of Arrest” on the shelves.

Should they -gasp!- not physically carry the book at that particular location, be sure to ask them to order it for you (they will gladly oblige) and, hey, suggest them to order a spare copy for the store while they’re at it.

PS:     “Never lend books, for no one ever returns them; the only books I have in my library are books that other folks have left me.”

~ Anatole France ~